Interest in the national team… Genius hitter’s first practice, ML 9 team watched
On the 17th (Korean time), Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium in Tucson, Arizona, USA.
On this day, many domestic reporters visited the stadium to watch the national team in their first real match against the NC Dinos. In the midst of this, a series of Americans took their seats in the stands on the third base side. They focused on closely watching the national team players’ training and actual matches.
Their identities are scouts belonging to an American major league team. An official from the national team revealed their identities as “from the San Francisco Giants, Boston Red Sox, New York Mets, Detroit Tigers, Texas Rangers, and Los Angeles Dodgers.” Before the game, these 6 teams were seated, but a total of 9 teams watched온라인바카라 the national team game as the Kansas City Royals, New York Yankees, and Chicago Cubs scouts came.
The player who has recently received the most attention from major league scouts is Lee Jung-hoo (Kiwoom Heroes). Lee Jung-hoo, who declared a major league posting challenge at the end of this season, became the target of scouts from each club when training in Scottsdale with his team, Kiwoom. San Francisco sent another scout every day to check Lee Jung-hoo’s training scenes. In addition to San Francisco, not only the Arizona Diamondbacks, which opened their facilities to Kiwoom for spring camp training, but also the San Diego Padres have been eager to collect information through players who have passed through the KBO league. Scott Boras, who signed an agent contract with Lee Jung-hoo earlier this year, even dispatched a person in charge to the Kiwoom training center.
As soon as the game started, they showed interest by videotaping Lee Jung-hoo’s batting scene. Lee Jeong-hoo, who started as the first batsman and center fielder, only hit the pitcher’s ground ball in the first at-bat and the shortstop’s floating ball in the second at-bat. The scouts left immediately after Lee Jung-hoo was replaced by pinch hitter Park Hae-min at the bottom of the 4th inning, with the national team leading 4-0. I wonder what will be included in the scouting report they will make after checking with their own eyes.